Proactive disclosure of information and elections in South Africa
: Research report- client PUBLICATION YEAR
: F.Viljoen, H.Dube, M.Simiyu, T.Ilori, O.Adkinduro, M.Cosser
, S.Mokhine, I.Minnaar, M.KadiriKEYWORDS
, ELECTORAL COMMISSION OF SOUTH AFRICA
, HUMAN RIGHTSDEPARTMENT
: Developmental, Capable and Ethical State (DCES)
: HSRC Library: shelf number 11542
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The objective of the report was to assess the extent of compliance with the Guidelines by the eight stakeholder categories in the run-up to, during and after the South African elections; and to identify the reasons for compliance/ non-compliance, as the case may be. To contribute to discussions in South Africa about the need for proactive disclosure of information in future elections. To raise awareness of the Guidelines in South Africa, but also more widely within the Southern African sub-region and the rest of Africa. To identify and consider possible improvements and eventual amendments of the Guidelines. To contribute to resources of best practice on the implementation of the Guidelines, for use in future elections on the African continent.